3. Hold up, though! Goldberg originally created it for his religiously observant Jewish male friends, who use the clips to hold their kippas in place. Like so:
“For years I dreamed of an ‘upgraded’ kippa clip and I always saw my religious friends using their kippa clip for all sorts of things,” he told the Hebrew-language website NRG.com. “I decided to take the idea one step forward and prove that one can truly use a kippa clip for any use.”
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